BNSF C44-9W No. 1027 leads a dogs breakfast of units on a westbound manifest west of Crozier, AZ on August 10, 2003.
BNSF 5513 and two other dash9's lead a double stack train through the canyon in Crozier, AZ. I live in the East and am amazed by the vast openness of the Western desert.
Out in beautiful Arizona along the Santa Fe trail, where the tumescent cactii bloom, an eastbound intermodal train winds through Crozier Canyon led by a B40-8 and three SD40-2's under a picturesqu... (more)
A Westbound exits the Crozier Canyon
Eastbound BNSF stacks wind through Crozier Canyon on a lovely early spring morning.
Eastbound BNSF train, shot from the top of Crozier Canyon. The sun hadn't yet cleared the rocks that line the canyon, which made for some pretty dramatic shadows in the morning.
BNSF 7664 is seen leading a Westbound through Crozier Canyon, Arizona - 28/07/2008
This westbound train is seen here exiting Crozier Canyon
In the depths of scenic Crozier Canyon, surrounded by sage brush, a small farm, and the looming canyon walls, three nice looking warbonnets head up an eastbound stack train on a glorious late summ... (more)
Winding through Crozier Canyon
Crossing Truxton Wash in Crozier Canyon
A streak of light graces the front of this eastbound entering Crozier Canyon.